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how they work. there is a breath sample taken. law enforcement agencies say check points such as this one help to intercept drunk drivers and take them off of the streets. redwood city police officers have checked 15,000 vehicles so far this holiday period. and made 18 arrests. they support the bill. >> this legislation is being propose today is actually needed to be added as part of the arsenal that we have in detering people that may not just have the will, dedication or moral fort tud to not drive drunk. >> the device costs about $100 but requires ongoing cal braigs to ensure accuracy that can run an additional $50 to $100 every two months. mothers against drunk driving would prefer laws tougher. >> i prefer they're installed on every dui convicted person's car. this is a great stop gach. >> four california counties are in the middle of a pilot project in which those devices are required after the first dui conviction. and is hoping that feed back from that pilot project might provide ammunition it needs for a tougher law. >> writers on edge after another person was pu
're going to show you damage. >> new year, meaning new laws. we'll highlight some of the more unusual one autos awhen there is a done deal in washington, d.c., most americans will see paychecks shrink with the new year i'm laura anthony and will have a live report. >> one couple's fitness goal that may inspire us to >>> much of the emphasis in washington, d.c. has been on income levels and which groups will pay more to the irs this year. >> there are another sets of taxes everybody is going see unless there is a last minute change in negotiation autos abc 7 news joins us live from walnut creek with that part of the story. laura? >> this production in payroll taxes passed in 2010 as a temporary measure to stimulate the economy. it's now expired and amid last minute negotiations there seems to be little interest in reviving something that affects nearly everybody. >> everybody going to see more taxes. it's reality of it. you know? a louie is none too pleased about the impact a new year will likely have on the paycheck. >> it's extra money, you know? it's not going to end up in the pocketkry
million to customers of check and go. he says the pay day lender skirted state law, giving loans online with rates of up to 400%. they will work with groups to identify borrowers. >> firefighters still on the scene of an apartment fire in oakland. crews inspected the building which is on 83rd avenue near international boulevard. no word yet on what caused this blaze. but damage seems to be concentrated at the rear of the building. >> a man is in custody after a standoff in a gas station in san francisco. sky 7 hd over the scene when police responded to a report of a man with a knife acting strangely. the man locked himself into a bathroom and took an hour and a half to talk him out. the person booked for disorderly conduct at san francisco police department mission station. >> a tow truck driver suffered injury whez crossed the center divide, hitting three oncoming cars. the driver is expected to recover. sky 7 is overhead at the time two. other drivers suffered injuries. the cause of the accident remains under investigation. >> well we know the next weather system is on the way. folks
york and i say that was ryan seacrest. >> yes. everywhere, actually. >> hundreds of new state laws going into affect at midnight. one will regulate party buses. the law requires charter bus drivers and a chaperones to check ids of under aged passengers if there is alcohol on board. there is a similar law for limousines. bus drivers will face fines of up to $2,000. last july a woman fell off a party bus and was killed. all passengers were drunk. >> still ahead on abc 7 news at 4:00 a blogger gives her teenager an iphone with a catch. >> also, around the clock preparations. finishing touches being tut putt on floats for the tournament of roses parade. >> into our 4:30 half hour, why alameda county could cost you extra in the new year. >> at 4:10 checking traffic. our first look this hour. a live view of the skyway, downtown. everybody getting ready for holidays. not much traffic to report. slower going left to right. better if you're on the ritd side of the screen headed southbound. stay with us. lots more still to come on >>> south of the sanford alums fans will take part of one of
with california 2009 antipaparazzi law. but a judge threw out charges and said the law was too broad. in this case, his friend claims he was the victim he loved people he was following. just respecting the celebrity. he played by the rules. >> the lapd says the driver who hit the victim was not at fault and will not be charged. >> still ahead on abc 7 news at 4:00 what is next now that congress has come up with a deal to avoid the fiscal cliff. >> also, children who escaped last month's shooting in a elementary connecticut got a warm welcome from a neighboring town. >> welcome news about secretary of state clinton's health. >> a popular new year's resolution for people to lose weight. we ran a ton >>> lawmakers in washington came up with an agreement to avoid the fiscal cliff. get is where does that leave us now? what happens next? >> mark matthews is in the newsroom with more. >> leaves us with a bill bit more money in our pockets than we owehozfy would have had. the agreement had an impact today on wall street. stocks surged this morning. the dow jumped 300 points. congress sent the president th
to settle this fiscal cliff issue. >> jipgs president morsi signed the country's new constitution into law today. >> he called on the opposition to the opposition restricted the new constitution. >> the parts were draft bid islamist leaders. morsi revoked sweeping powers he granted himself last month. saying they were in necessary to get a referendum on the constitution. >> in syria, president assad's commander says he was defecting and joining the open sismgs he was one of the most senior members of the inner circle saying he defected because the army had been turned into a gang to kill and destroy during the 20 month uprising against president assad. >>"Áq russia's parliament approved a measure to ban americans from adopting russian children. the bill is a resfons a new u.s. law calling for sanctions against russians found to have violated human rights. official says 46 children about to be adopted by american citizens will stay in russia if this bill is signed. >> nelson mandela is back home. the 94-year-old had been in the hospital since december 8th diagnosed with a lung inzpex had a
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